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MCC Structure

Old 28th Feb 2009, 12:51
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MCC Structure

Apologies, a rather laborious question I agree. Even though, will someone kindly enlighten me as to the contents of the MCC syllabus (structure), as I have no idea what one is expected to accomplish and in what time frame!
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Old 1st Mar 2009, 12:03
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Hey, I lifted this from Simtech - Training - MCC Multi Crew Co-operation Course
hope it helps.

MCC Multi Crew Co-operation Course

For a crew member to safely and efficiently upgrade and operate in a multi crew environment, exposure to and a sound understanding of numerous new skills and procedures are required. Optimum decision making, communication, division of tasks, use of checklists, mutual supervision, teamwork and support throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions are essential.
Course duration:
3 days Ground School
7 days Simulator Training including 28 hours full motion simulator

Training Method:
All instructors are captains with airline training experience. Pilots flying with scheduled and charter airlines.




Note MCC available on B737 200


Course content
About Cockpit Resource Management
Attitudes and skills
Communications and briefings
The challenge and response environment
The short-term strategy
Authority and assertiveness
Flight deck management styles
Workload control
The state of the flight deck human error
Judgement and decision making
Emergencies and leadership
Stress management
Fatigue
Perception and learning
Automation
Case studies
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